Asked by Joe Peffer, Columbus, OH • Sat Jan 3, 2009
I have a set up where I am emailed questions consumers post on Trulia as they are posted. Good or bad, I'm always checking my email to insure I'm responsive to my clients and I often read these questions moments after they're posted. I'm always surprised at the number of questions that are better asked somewhere else--usually to the listing agent.
First , Do NOT post your phone number. This is the internet, it's not private. If you would like a showing of the home, contact your favorite Realtor--maybe someone you find here at Trulia that gives informed answers.
Second, the best person to ask a question specific to a property for sale is that property's listing agent, the Realtor selling the house. Why is the Garage boarded up? Where is it located? How long has it been on the market? Does it have gas heat? Etc.
Last, try to keep your questions to real estate, not neighborhoods or schools being "Good" or "Bad" - Agents can't answer those kind of subjective questions.
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